Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A dialectal (Scotch) form of sloe.

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Examples

  • Such deflation in the values of the securites held by the banks led to the fire-slae of Bear Stearns to JP Morgan Chase.

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  • Baie van die kinders se ouers het opgedaag en hulle kinders uit die groep gehaal en slae gegee.

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  • It is true of course that the slae tends to be a far juicier pudding so to speak than the free woman of either world.

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  • They had been the first Gorean slae girls I had ever seen.

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  • I'll warrant it's nane o 'your cauld, sour slae-water, like a bottle of Bailie

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  • The MPWN's "UNITED FOR UGANDA" program began in February 2009 and has proven to be a very successful way to raise awareness of the HIV/AIDS situation in Africa while providing additional financial support to the women of the MPWN through the slae of their handmade

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  • -- Target also has a number of TV shows on DVD on slae this week.

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  • Until october no slae opputunity, after october the sale opens, but only with support from the greenlandic goverment.

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  • Other Peacock items along with other prints are also on slae.

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  • Cycle retailers benefited from offering finance facilites, not just by guaranteeing a slae, but by upping the final value of the transaction.

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